I Am Alive is an action, adventure, and PC survival game released by Ubisoft in 2012. Exploration with action and survival elements!
I Am Alive PC Game 2012 Review:
Something suspiciously long does not tell us the date of the next end of the world, and you must find out.
A year before the start of the game, a wave of strong earthquakes of magnitude more than 10 on the Richter scale spread throughout the United States. Adam, the protagonist of the game, the disaster is on a business trip on the other coast of the United States, is under the rubble and spends almost a year in a hospital bed.
And now, after 11 months, Adam goes to his native Haventon (Chicago served as a prototype) in search of a family: his wife and little daughter. He arrives at his house, which miraculously survived the catastrophe, but finds there only a letter from his wife stating that they should be registered in one of the nearest refugee camps. Well, there’s nothing to be done, you need to move towards the ruined city, which is still trembling periodically …
Yes, the plot is clearly not shiny, but, in our opinion, “I am alive” is not yet “above the plot”. This is about the atmosphere. About survival in a ruined city. About the almost instantaneous transformation of most people into animals, ready to kill for a piece of bread and a stew jar. And about the fact that even in such conditions you can still be a person.
Features of I Am Alive:
- The choice in the game determines your life and death.
- Terrorist stimulation of the combat system.
- The game atmosphere is very tense throughout.
- Fill the plot with elaborate background details.
- Suffocating visual and sound design enhances the impact of the game.
Minimum System Requirements:
- OS: Windows® XP SP3, Windows® Vista SP1 and Windows® 7
- Processor: AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 3800+ / Intel® Pentium 4 630
- Memory: 1024MB (Windows® XP), 2048MB (Windows® Vista or 7)
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT / ATI Radeon HD 2600XT
- DirectX®: 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 2GB
- Sound: Any DirectX Compatible DirectX®: 9.0c
*I Am Alive is not designed to be compatible with Crossfire and SLI setups. Be advised that if you encounter performance issues with I am Alive, try temporarily disabling SLI/Crossfire as part of your troubleshooting.